Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off the company’s WWDC keynote presentation today with its usual update on numbers and growth since last checking in. The big numbers so far from today’s event: Siri is now 40% faster and more accurate, the company now supports 2500 banks for Apple Pay, and iOS and OS X adoption continues to outpace the competition. 

Head below for a full roundup of notable numbers and company stats announced during today’s event (we’ll be updating as more come up):

-26th WWDC

-Attendees from 70 countries

-80% first time attendees

-Live streaming 30 WWDC sessions for first time

-100b app downloads

-$30 billion paid to developers

-55% of Mac users running Yosemite, fastest adoption rate ever for PCs

-83% users running iOS 8

-Siri serves 1 billion requests a week

-Siri has become 40% faster, more accurate over the last year

-3.5x higher usage than next leading Maps app

-2500 Apple Pay banks

-Almost 1 million locations accepting Apple Pay

-Maps app has 3.5x higher usage than next leading Maps app

-Maps gets 5 billion requests per week

-iOS 9 offers 50% reduction in CPU usage for drawing

-1 hour extra of typical battery usage for iPhone with iOS 9

-Low power mode offers addition 3 hours on top of extra 1 hour with iOS 9

Check back for more as Apple’s event continues. 

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